Pacifica 206

1

Bedroom(s)

1 Kingsize, 1 Bedsofa

Bed(s)

1

Bathroom(s)

2

Guest(s)

Starting At

$80 Usd / Night

$1,800 Usd / Month

# 2

Level

Yes

Elevator

Yes

Pool

Yes

Parking

No

Pets

Yes

Air Conditioning

Yes

Wifi

Yes

Washer/Dryer

Casa Marina

Agent

The Property

The developers of Amapas 353 and The Park have designed and created the most exciting development in Puerto Vallarta’s Romantic Zone, called Pacífica. Pacífica is located on Basilio Badillo Street, the most sought after address in the heart of Old Town. Basilio Badillo is referred to as “restaurant row,” meaning residents living on this street are just steps away from the most delectable plates prepared in Puerto Vallarta.

This development is located just a few steps from Los Muertos beach and is merely a stroll to the iconic Malecon boardwalk, various art galleries, top restaurants, and entertainment. Pacífica fulfills the concept of contemporary Mexican design for each of its 37 residences while providing stunning ocean, mountain and metropolis views.

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Location

The Area

The south side of downtown Puerto Vallarta is a vibrant region that offers primarily low- to mid- priced condominiums for those interested in living right downtown and close to the beach. Also commonly known as Romantic Zone, or Zona Romántica, Downtown or Centro South, Olas Altas or Emiliano Zapata, it actually is a little bit of all these names and more. This is an eclectic, funky and fun area of Vallarta. Recent development has seen a surge in boutique condo projects situated a few blocks from the beach but with sophisticated roof-top bars, swimming pool and lounge areas to provide views of the bay.

An entire city within a city, Emiliano Zapata comprises a 9 x 9-block grid south of the Rio Cuale, waiting to be explored. It encompasses all the areas and streets mentioned above, along with many others. From elementary schools to universities, 24/7 drugstores to hospitals, humble abodes to regrettable high-rises, Romantic Zone is as multifaceted as it gets.

As the road nears the Isla Rio Cuale bridge, Emiliano Zapata’s northern boundary, it turns and rises, revealing one of the colonia’s busiest thoroughfares, along with the gorgeous Conchas Chinas hills as a backdrop limiting its southern edge. The Cuale river wraps around Emiliano Zapata and, along with the small Libramiento (the name for the highway that loops around downtown Vallarta) tunnel, serves as its eastern boundary. On the opposite end, it meets Los Muertos, Puerto Vallarta’s most popular beach

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